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posted: 07/17/12 - 07/31/12

Survey Results - EEE Mobile Usage

In Spring 2012, the EEE Web Team conducted a survey asking about mobile device usage and needs.

Download the PDF results summary

The EEE team periodically compiles statistics, conducts user surveys, prepares and publishes reports.

For other reports, visit About EEE — Reports & Statistics.

 
posted: 07/20/12 - 07/30/12

OIT Computer Lab Changes

Upcoming computing lab changes from OIT

  • Engineering Gateway labs closing on June 15
  • New OIT labs open in Nat Sci I at the end of Spring 2012
  • New OIT labs open in Nat Sci II in Summer 2012

Learn more

posted: 05/18/12 - 06/15/12

2012 Celebration of Teaching Recipients

2012 Recipients of Celebration of Teaching awards include Diane O'Dowd (Prof of the Year), Joanne Frattaroli Zinger (Lecturer of the Year), Sarah Eichhorn (TA Development), Catherine Loudon (Instructional Technology Innovation), Melissa Malvaez & Joel Ross (Most Promising Future Faculty Members).

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posted: 05/21/12 - 06/09/12

Improving Teaching by Studying Learning

Research continues to improve our understanding of the way our students learn and retain information. This workshop will consider how we as teachers can help students improve their attention, learning, memory, and test performance. Both student learning and the presentation of information by instructors will be discussed — Learn more
 
 

posted: 05/23/12 - 06/05/12

Security tip of the month

This month's computing security tip –

Who is really emailing you? Did you know a 'from' address could be forged? When in doubt, err on the side of caution — Learn more

For more security tips, visit UCI Safe Computing

posted: 05/01/12 - 06/01/12

Celebration of Teaching, May 24

The campus is invited to honor faculty & TAs for teaching excellence at this 19th annual event.

2012 Recipients include Diane O'Dowd (Prof of the Year), Joanne Frattaroli Zinger (Lecturer of the Year), Sarah Eichhorn (TA Development), Catherine Loudon (Instructional Technology Innovation), Melissa Malvaez & Joel Ross (Most Promissing Future Faculty Members).

Learn more

 

posted: 05/06/12 - 05/20/12

Security tip of the month

This month's computing security tip –

Keep your computer up to date with patches, anti-virus software, and current web browsers — Learn more

For more security tips, visit UCI Safe Computing

posted: 04/01/12 - 05/01/12

› Tomorrow's Prof - Designing and Delivering Effective Lectures

The key-or better yet, the key challenge-is to design lectures that are informative, engaging, and participatory. In what follows, we will offer some tips and suggestions for achieving this goal.

Tomorrow's Professor Mailing List — Hang In There! Dealing with Student Resistance to Learner-Centered Teaching.

posted: 04/01/12 - 05/01/12

› Alert - New Virus for Mac Computers

Mac computers have generally been less likely to have viruses, but security researchers have found that a new virus has infected half a million Macs. The virus, “Flashback,” is spread when Macs with out-of-date software are used to visit infected websites. It requires no user interaction (e.g., clicking a link).

Mac Users – It is critical to run Software Update to protect your computer ASAP.

To learn more, contact your local computer supporter or visit: http://www.oit.uci.edu/security/flashback.html

posted: 04/12/12 - 04/26/12